ASPIRA National Office Funders


ASPIRA is grateful for the support of government agencies, private foundations and corporations that allow us to develop education programs that reach thousands of youth and adults in our communities. Support of the National office reaches over $2 million per year. The ASPIRA Association is the largest national Hispanic organization in the United States, with a combined annual budget of over $100 million.

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention $119,000, one year to continue to expand dissemination of information on HIV/AIDS among Latino youth and families.
  • Verizon Foundation $100,000, one year, to integrate technology into the ASPIRA Youth Development Program curriculum, including developing an app so students can complete curriculum modules at any time on any device.
  • Potomac Health Foundation $90,000 , one year to collaborate with Hispanic Leadership and Action (HOLA) to promote health, exercise, and the prevention of diabetes and obesity among youth in Prince William County, Virginia.
  • UPS Foundation $75,000, one year to continue to expand ASPIRA’s Financial Literacy initiative among Latino youth.
  • Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science (Miami Museum of Science) $70,000, one year sub-contract under NSF grant to increase participation of families of Latino background in museum events and activities, promote a better understanding of how Hispanic families can become engaged in science education.
  • Dow Jones $50,000, one year in support of ASPIRA’s Youth Development Programs
  • Comcast Foundation $25,000, one year in support of ASPIRA’s Youth Development Programs.
  • MillerCoors $15,000, one year in general support
  • General Motors $15,000, one year to support ASPIRA’s Public Policy initiatives.